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# I) After having wintered in what is now known as James Bay,

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I) After having wintered in what is now known as James Bay, the southern pocket of the huge bay that would be named for Henry Hudson, some of his crew mandated for Hudson to leave the ship.

A. some of his crew mandated for Hudson to leave the ship.
B. some of his crew mandated that Hudson be forced to leave the ship.
C. some of his crew mandated for forcing Hudson to leave the ship.
D. some of his crew had a mandate that Hudson be forced to leave the ship.
E. some of his crew mandated to Hudson be forced to leave the ship.

II) The loggers’ railway roadbed, with its narrow spurs jutting fingerlike into the swamp, had turned into a hazard for tourists visiting the area requiring that government officials agree to have the area razed.

A. that government officials agree to have the area razed.
B. that government officials agree for to have the area razed.
C. the agreeing by government officials to have the area razed.
D. government officials agreeing to have the area razed.
E. government officials to agree to have the area razed.

Please let me know the answers with explanations. I am a bit confused with these two.
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Re: 2 questions posted - When to use subjunctive? [#permalink]

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24 Jun 2009, 12:02
I) B
II) A

Subjunctive sentence: that + transitive verb form ( to is not present).

OA plz..

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24 Jun 2009, 22:41
I will post the OA. Lets have a bit more discussion on this first.
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Re: 2 questions posted - When to use subjunctive? [#permalink]

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25 Jun 2009, 00:57
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1) B
idiom: mandate that

2) E
idioms:
a) require that (subjunctive)
B) require X to Y
In this case as the event happened in the past and is the fact/(not doubtful), subjunctive should not be used. Hence, E
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Re: 2 questions posted - When to use subjunctive? [#permalink]

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25 Jun 2009, 01:18
Hey sudeep, the answers indeed are B and E.
Would you please elaborate a bit more on the use of subjunctive.
When to use them and when to avoid?
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